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As a child, the story of Adam and Eve always perplexed me..even to my childlike sensibilities I knew it did not make any logical sense AT ALL.Countless debates and sometimes fights were had around the dinner table, as I sought to bring logic to my family who had an illogical belief in what seemed to be a completely absurd story (along with santa claus, the easter bunny, the tooth fairy and everything else fantastical) that they based their lives (and the oppression of women) around.

so now creationists have quite a conundrum to ponder: a.

the entire basis of Judaism (and therefore Christianity) is myth or b. Discovery News reports: An African-American man in South Carolina has lineage tracing back 338,000 years, according to a new study.

irrefutable proof that Adam and Eve were Black and created in God’s true image (a true horror to white Christian fundamentalists) These findings of course, have not been reported in mainstream… The unidentified man’s Y chromosomes — a hereditary factor determining male gender — has a history so old that it predates the age of the oldest known h**o sapiens fossils, according to the report published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.

The man’s chromosome carries a rare mutation, which researchers matched to a similar chromosome in the Mbo, a population living in a tiny area of western Cameroon in sub-Saharan Africa.

“Our analysis indicates this lineage diverged from previously known Y chromosomes about 338,000 ago, a time when anatomically modern humans had not yet evolved,” Michael Hammer, associate professor at the Univ.

of Arizona’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a research scientist at the UA’s Arizona Research Labs, said via a press release.

“This pushes back the time the last common Y chromosome ancestor lived by almost 70 percent.”The DNA study began after the South Carolina man submitted a small tissue sample to the National Geographic Genographic Project.

Researchers were shocked after they noticed none of the genetic markers used to assign lineages to known Y chromosome groupings were found.

The man’s DNA sample was sent to Family Tree DNA for sequencing.

Fernando Mendez, a postdoctoral researcher in Hammer’s lab, led the effort to analyze the DNA sequence.

It included more than 240,000 base pairs of the Y chromosome.

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